Collision Insurance

Leonard McCue, P.A., of Q Auto & Injury Attorneys has some warnings for you regarding collision insurance.
“My Car has been damaged in an auto accident and when I call the insurance company of the person who caused the accident they’re ignoring me”, I hate to tell you how many times we’ve heard that phone call. One of the things that you’ve got to understand is that in Florida many, many, many, people travel on the roads with no insurance.
What does that mean for you? First, it means you should carry your own collision insurance. If your car has any real value at all, you should purchase collision insurance from your own insurance company. In the event that you have an accident, then your car is covered. Let’s talk about that for a minute. We often hear people complaining that the other person’s insurance company won’t fix their car and as a matter of fact the other driver has collision in their policy. The first thing I tell them is, “call your own insurance company”. That’s what you purchase the insurance for, to cover your car in case you have an accident.
The next thing I hear is, “but I didn’t cause the accident. The other person should fix my car.” Sounds all well and good , but, unfortunately, the other insurance company really doesn’t want to cooperate with you and repair your car. You should deal with your own insurance company if you have collision insurance.
By the way remember, if you’re paying a premium to an insurance company for collision; that is to repair your car in cases of an accident, you are of their friend because you are paying them a premium.
If you have a problem as a result of an automobile accident, please give this a call let us fight for you. Our toll free number is 800-332-1992 or email us at
info@qlaw.com.
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Avoid Being a Victim of Medical Malpractice

The best way to prevent a medical malpractice from occurring is to ask the hard questions. How many times has this doctor done this particular procedure? What are the risks involved? Has he had any bad outcomes? Has he in fact been disciplined by the Department of Health for any of his actions or inactions?
With that information in hand you may decide to go to a different facility. You may decide to select a different doctor. You can protect yourself and your loved ones by asking the right questions and making right decisions.
If you or a family member has been injured as a result of medical negligence of the provider or a hospital give us a call we can help. Our toll free number is 800-332-1992 or email us at
info@qlaw.com
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